For those who know that something has got to change
Helping you get unstuck & feel better
through therapy, coaching, mindfulness,
movement & nutrition
Is stress breaking you down mentally & physically?
Do you want to feel more confident?
Do you have that depleting sense of never feeling good enough?
Are you tired of feeling terrible?
Do you constantly feel overwhelmed?
Has traditional therapy left you feeling like something was missing?
You don't have to accept feeling this way. You can feel better.
There is a new -old- way to feel better, and it seems reimagined...but actually, it's just coming
back to the wisdom of
the mind-body connection.
Because Mental Health Isn't Just About Your Mind...
Imagine getting the support and tools you need to let go of past struggles and old patterns so that you can be the best version of yourself.
Imagine feeling lighter, less overwhelmed, more confident, and finally being able to enjoy your life.
I welcome you to explore SoundMind/SoundBody Therapy: An integrative holistic approach that helps you feel better & live better by supporting true wellness in your mind and body.
Getting Back to The Basics
Beyond using psychotherapy (aka talk therapy) to help you process emotional pains and learn coping skills & tools, I will also invite you to bring it back to the BASICS.
These modern times are beckoning, if not requiring, us to:
• Move our bodies more often.
• Cut down on the junk & eat whole foods.
• Spend time in nature.
• Find moments to pause and breathe.
Nutritional Psychology: An emerging field outlining how nutrients can affect mood and behavior. Nutrition for mental health explores gut health, nutritional deficiencies, as well as food & supplements that nourish body and mind. Equally important is to look one's relationship with food. It isn't just about knowing what to eat; it's also very much about supporting the challenging, yet worthwhile, pursuit of behavior change.
Exercise for Emotional Wellness: Engaging in routine exercise to alleviate stress and anxiety, decreases risk of depression, improves self-esteem and elevates mood. Exploring one's motivation for exercise is essential to for any fitness program to lead to lasting emotional wellness. Remember actually the tortoise not the hare that wins the race!
Forest Therapy: The medicine of simply being in the forest. Taking a "forest bath" is grounding and soothing to the mind, body and soul. It has been proven that simply just being in nature decreases stress, elevates mood and strengthens the immune system.
Walk/Run & Talk Therapy: The act of running or walking used in combination with talk therapy to open up, take down barriers, reconnect to the body, release what is no longer serving you, restore balance and regain perspective. Walk/Run & Talk Therapy has been shown to reduce depression, relieve anxiety, lower stress and boost self-esteem.
Mindfulness & Meditation: Mindfulness is art of bringing your awareness to the present moment; it is an effective tool for changing your stress level in the right now. Meditation takes it a step further to give your body deep healing rest, thereby helping you get rid of your stress from the past. Both are essential for a sound body and a sound body.
We are two therapist who learned first hand that mental health is not just about your mind. We are here to share that it can get better.
We are wellness professionals and we are humans who have experienced struggles both emotionally and physically. And here's the thing.... we feel better.....and so can you.
With our experience, support and knowledge coupled with your willingness you can discover your new normal.
Change is hard. We get it. By blending movement, nutritional guidance, mindfulness and breathwork into therapy sessions, we help you change the way you live. We help you change the way you feel. We are in your corner supporting you, as you discover what helps you live a healthier, happier life.
We Can Help You Feel Better
What Clients Say
“After years of looking for the right therapist, I finally found her! Cam's approach allows me to attend to my whole self— mind, body & soul.”